Nina Østergaard Borris on convicted USTC companies: "The whole organization has learned from the case"

For the first time, Nina Østergaard Borris, who has recently taken over as CEO of oil group USTC, comments on the sanctions case in which Bunker Holding and Dan-Bunkering were given million-dollar fines and the top exec a conditional prison sentence, writes Børsen.

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Last week, Nina Østergaard Borris advanced a step on the ladder at oil group United Shipping & Trading Company (USTC) as she took over the position as chief executive from her father, billionaire Torben Østergaard-Nielsen, however, without commenting on the so-called Dan Bunkering case.

But now, Borris – who together with her father and sister, Mia Østergaard Rechnitzer, owns the USTC group – has provided a statement on the matter, according to Danish media Børsen.

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